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The Hills Have Jazz

Label: Boxholder Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Good Bait; Heavy Spirits; Saturn; 17 West; Noonah; Space Jazz Reverie; Miss Toni; Miles' Mode

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Eugene Chadbourne: The Hills Have Jazz

Read "The Hills Have Jazz" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Among the interesting anecdotes in the liner notes to The Hills Have Jazz, Eugene Chadbourne includes one about Wes Craven and his movie Cursed. Chadbourne was on the set, and his observations are both acute and humorous. When this record was to be released, Chadbourne dedicated it to Craven, whose movie actually lived up to its ...

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Eugene Chadbourne: The Hills Have Jazz

Read "The Hills Have Jazz" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk


Since starting his homegrown label a few years back, Eugene Chadbourne has had no end of opportunities to digitize his whims and send them to market. Among the many projects on his Chadula label has been a series (eight at present) of “horror CDs that run the gamut from arrangements of horror movie themes to unnerving ...

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Eugene Chadbourne: The Hills Have Jazz

Read "The Hills Have Jazz" reviewed by John Kelman


Only the most committed of “B horror movie fans would catch guitarist and erstwhile eccentric Eugene Chadbourne's reference to Wes Craven's early low-budget flick The Hills Have Eyes. With titles in his immense catalogue including Terror Has Some Strange Kinfolk, Horror, Pt. 1: Tribute to Horror Monsters and Bad Luck and Shockabilly Baby, it's clear that ...


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